I'm fascinated by the origins of Christianity, and have read most of the modern authors David Fitzgerald cites. This entire series is the best collation of their work and ancient sources that I have encountered thus far, weaving a complex subject into a rational exposition on the state of modern mythicism. This isn't a case FOR mythicism; rather it is a collection of arguments demonstrating the validity of mythicism when compared to the arguments for the historicity of Jesus, and an explanation of the soundness of the mythicist position given the available information when held against the orthodox view.
Brilliant dissertation bringing together the historical, social, philosophical and cultural elements that created the myth of Jesus. Compulsory reading for everyone who has outgrown the fairy tales that was forced on us as children and we can now call religious dogma.